Latest articles from Mary Jo Foley
Microsoft has released yet another new Windows 10 test build for PCs with more feature tweaks and polish, heading towards its expected July 2015 launch of the product.
Microsoft will be raising the price of its User client-access licenses (CALs) for a number of its on-premises server products, including Windows Server, Exchange, SharePoint and System Center, by 13 percent.
The first public preview of Microsoft's SQL Server 2016 database is available, and testers can opt for faster, more frequent updates to it.
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